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LUNSFORD LANE.

Charles Turner Torrey, c. 1840, from Memoir of Rev. Charles T. Torrey, Joseph P. Lovejoy, ed. (Boston: John P. Jewett & Co.), 1847

Jermain Loguen was an African-American abolitionist, bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion

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Frederick Douglass (1818–1895), a former slave whose memoirs, Narrative of

Frederick Douglass, the foremost African-American abolitionist of the 19th century

Became an abolitionist in 1834 during Lane University debates on slavery. Editor of the Cincinnati Philanthropist, the first abolitionist newspaper in the ...

Calls for abolition[edit]

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Fifty shades of black

Joe Seneca was a film and television actor from the 1970s into the 1990s. He was best known for his many acting roles as well as his music talent a…

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John Jay (1745–1829), who founded the New York Manumission Society in 1785.

Collection box for the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, circa 1850

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LUNSFORD LANE, FORMERLY OF RALEIGH, N. C.. Embracing an account of his early life, the redemption by purchase of himself and family from slavery,

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1st slave owner.

John Brown (1800–1859), abolitionist who advocated armed rebellion by slaves.

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Marriage and family[edit]

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Anti-Slavery Leaders OF

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William Lloyd Garrison (1805–1879), publisher of the abolitionist newspaper The Liberator

Dred Scott, who lost a legal suit for his freedom in the United States Supreme

Abolitionist women. Like many Quakers, Lucretia Mott considered slavery an evil to be opposed.

Henry Clay (1777–1852), one of three founders of the American Colonization

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LUNSFORD LANE; or, ANOTHER HELPER FROM NORTH CAROLINA.

Shadrach Minkins - Image: Richard H Dana Jr 1842

William L. Chaplin - William Lawrence Chaplin, c. 1851

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LUNSFORD LANE; or, ANOTHER HELPER FROM NORTH CAROLINA.

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Early African American Print Culture - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature

This famous photo of Gordon was widely distributed by abolitionists.

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This Democratic editorial cartoon links Republican candidate John Frémont (far right) to other radical movements including temperance, feminism, Fourierism, ...

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This anti-slavery map shows the slave states in black, with black-and

Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) was an American abolitionist and author. Her

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“He promised to meet me at Adams' Springs” — Adams' Spring is located on the west side of Brown Oaks Road, about a hundred yards south of the Woolen House ...

barbarities of slavery, and it continued after Emancipation - in the questions asked by the

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Abolitionist Frederick Douglass [Frederick Bailey] was born on February Died February

Legacy and honors

Antique c1890 chromolithographic print of Zofia Potocka. Zofia Potocka (1760-1822) was

Emancipation Hope School, Hampton University.

A painting of the 1840 Anti-Slavery Conference.

Early African American Print Culture - Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature

tively) a vision beyond abolition, they took seriously the charges that antislavery agitation would

Mr. Frank, the Underground Mail-Agent - Title-page from the first

American Anti-Slavery Society - Image: 1856 Liberty Bell American Anti Slavery Society

reach the relatively educated audiences of the cities, it would henceforth be the agentlecturer who

View of Tufts Administration building, located in the Core Campus, from far. (Source: This image was taken by our students during the field data collection) ...

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Print from Black Phalanx: A History of the United states in the Wars of 1775

Theodore Dwight Weld, student leader of slavery debate at Lane Seminary, ca. 1832-1834.

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Nathaniel North

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a hateful prejudice keeps the soul in fetters. I think every candid mind must admit

... Synod" has become famous. Of the leaders named, William Bingley and George Whitehead were buried at Bunhill. I do not know where Benjamin Bealing the ...

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to this day, yet there is no doubt about the goals of his tale.

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Garrisoniansometimes alleged that their black agents had no stories until the abolitionists gave them one -

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Maria Grazia Giammarinaro (1953), leading Italian abolitionist. She is the UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons. She is credited for raising the ...

I cannot think it just or safe to grant at once to the negro all the

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and Periodicals 1817-1854, 3 vols. (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1980

Wood engraving of proslavery riot in Alton, Illinois on 7 November 1837, which resulted in the murder of abolitionist Elijah Parish Lovejoy (1802–1837).

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Bureau of Engraving and Printing portrait of Boutwell as Secretary of the Treasury.

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